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Beijing Embraces Big Data to Measure Public Opinion - Nextgov

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Nextgov Beijing Embraces Big Data to Measure Public Opinion Nextgov China is known to have one of the world's most restrictive internet regimes, with increasingly sophisticated systems in place to snuff out dissent and suppress discussion of...
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Big Data: It Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means

Big Data: It Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means | Data | Scoop.it
Marketers must stop abusing the term Big Data in order to harness it. Here's how.

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Should we not to speak about "Great Small Data" or "Great Small and Smart Data" than Big Data

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Putting a Dollar Value on Big Data Insights - Wired

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Putting a Dollar Value on Big Data Insights
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The Big Data phenomenon produces some mind-boggling statistics, such as the fact that the volume of global data produced doubles every two years.
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Big Data, Analytics And The Future of Marketing & Sales - Forbes

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Big Data, Analytics And The Future of Marketing & Sales
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Big Data is the biggest game-changing opportunity for marketing and sales since the Internet went mainstream almost 20 years ago.
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CFOs Ignore Big Data at Their Peril - Wall Street Journal

CFOs Ignore Big Data at Their Peril - Wall Street Journal | Data | Scoop.it
CFOs Ignore Big Data at Their Peril Wall Street Journal Many chief financial officers say big-data technologies—which use high-performance computing to organize and analyze impossibly large volumes of information—would make their jobs more...
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